When your air conditioner finally breaks down, the situation can seem stressful. But you can also see it as an opportunity to select a more energy efficient system for new installation. One of the most powerful and efficient cooling and heating systems available is the heat pump. A heat pump is a highly effective system for total home comfort; here’s why you should choose a heat pump for AC replacement.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for May, 2015
Should You Replace Your Air Conditioner with a Heat Pump?Monday, May 25th, 2015
Why Proper Insulation Is So Important in Warmer WeatherMonday, May 18th, 2015
Many people associate insulation with colder weather. And this makes sense; we have insulated mugs and thermoses to keep drinks warm as well as insulated jackets and blankets to keep bodies warm. So to prepare for the winter, many people install insulation throughout the house to help keep their homes warm. But did you know that proper insulation is just as important in the spring and summer?
Is Your Thermostat Causing Trouble for Your AC?Monday, May 11th, 2015
It’s time to crank down that thermostat again, but unfortunately, this means you may notice AC trouble sometime this season. Air conditioners are made up of so many vital parts, all of which could run into trouble at any point in time. So when your air conditioner struggles to operate, you may automatically assume it is a problem within the system. Certainly, it is often the case that an internal part of your air handler or your compressor unit has run into some issues. But would you suspect that the thermostat may be also be at fault?
How Can Zone Control Improve Your Air Conditioning?Monday, May 4th, 2015
Air conditioning systems can occupy a lot of your energy spending during the hotter months. And yet, your air conditioner may not even offer all of the performance features you desire. If your family members seem to disagree on the temperature in the home, your air conditioner simply isn’t giving you all you need. A large home shouldn’t have to remain at one set temperature. The solution? It’s not a new air conditioner. It’s a new zone control system.